A Year’s Worth of Wanderlust – 2014 Year in Review

A Year’s Worth of Wanderlust – 2014 Year in Review

Chennai, India Curry, beaches and art. Read more about what 8 hours in Chennai can offer you. Dubrovnik, Croatia This port city is located on the southern Croatian coast, sitting along the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the few medieval walled-cities of the world. Read more about the walled wonder of the Mediterranean. Barcelona, Spain Beaches, tapas and a vibrant culture. Barcelona […]

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December 16, 2014 at 4:19 pm

Best Cities in the World for a 24 Hour Stopover Holiday

Best Cities in the World for a 24 Hour Stopover Holiday

Whoever said it’s not about the destination but the journey to get there clearly has never been faced with a 46 hour travel time from Wellington to the UK.  This includes 4 flights and several hours in various airports along the way.  Now don’t get me wrong, I love the excitement of being in an airport and the anticipation of […]

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October 11, 2014 at 3:48 pm

4 Tips to Book a Cheap and Easy Stopover Holiday

4 Tips to Book a Cheap and Easy Stopover Holiday

When booking a stopover holiday, there are many factors to consider including cost, effort, and time. Having spent collectively years travelling the world. I like to make the most of each flight and fit in a stopover holiday whenever possible. Here are my tips to book a cheap and easy stopover holiday. I always look for the best deals online […]

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August 31, 2014 at 10:46 am

Top Fruits to Try in Asia

Top Fruits to Try in Asia

While traveling to new places no matter if it is a long journey, relocating or just a short holiday break there is no a better way to get a feel for a new place than to try its regional cuisine. But what’s even more inspiring is the opportunity for exploration of the locally grown foods. Asia is a vast continent […]

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February 14, 2014 at 3:12 pm

World’s Top Parties

World’s Top Parties

Carnival – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil If you’ve never heard of Carnival then you must be living under a rock because this is the party of all parties. Renowned around the world for the beautiful bodies, beaches and music.  This 5 day event is held annually in the days leading up to Ash Wednesday.  Most people think of the elaborate floats, head […]

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January 28, 2014 at 9:31 am

Leave the Cot and Stroller at Home with Swissôtel Kids Rooms

Leave the Cot and Stroller at Home with Swissôtel Kids Rooms

As a mother-to-be and travel writer, I’m determined to continue travelling extensively through pregnancy and after. Whether it’s an unrealistic dream, or a skill that can be mastered, I’ll be finding out pretty quickly after our son is born. What is giving me hope is finding out about hotels that go over and above to make you and your kids […]

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April 22, 2013 at 8:22 pm

Free Essential Travel Apps

Free Essential Travel Apps

I can not live without my iphone when traveling. That doesn’t mean I run up an expensive phone bill, instead, as soon as I land in a new country I pick up a local sim and put my home sim card in my extra phone. It’s amazing how cheap it can be to buy prepaid sim cards with data especially […]

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March 29, 2012 at 11:49 am

Budget Airlines in Asia and Tips to make the most of it

Budget Airlines in Asia and Tips to make the most of it

If you book well in advance and catch the flight sales, it can be incredibly cheap to travel around Asia by air thanks to local budget airlines. Here’s our list of budget airlines for travel around Asia and Australia. Scoot The newest budget airlines owned by Singapore airlines launched recently with flights from Singapore to the Gold Coast and Sydney […]

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March 27, 2012 at 10:25 am